Debris from SpaceX rocket stuns residents in Seattle, US

Residents in Seattle saw bright streaks flying across the sky on Thursday night (March 25) as SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket burned up after entering the earth’s atmosphere. Thousands in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest witnessed the Falcon 9 debris sparks slowly flying across the sky. The sparks were caused by the rocket coming back down after 22 days in orbit. Space X launched the Falcon 9 stage 2 rocket on March 4. Experts said that the debris "failed to make a deorbit burn" and was reentering the atmosphere following 22 days in orbit.